Crowley Liner Services, Inc. (Crowley) hired ANAMAR to update the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for their Talleyrand Terminal in Jacksonville, Florida, and to review their stormwater and hazardous waste related procedures and equipment.
The two facilities at Crowley’s Talleyrand Terminal have major relevant components that include container yards, a transfer yard, a tank yard, an auto yard, various offices, and a containment facility. ANAMAR inspected, photographed, and mapped the locations of all stormwater drains and outfalls, stormwater controls, spill response equipment, and hazardous materials within these facilities during a site inspection.
Recent changes in facility maintenance procedures qualified Crowley for a No Exposure (NEX) Certificate to exclude the Talleyrand Terminal from the need for quarterly stormwater sampling and analysis efforts. ANAMAR applied for and successfully obtained the NEX Certificate for Crowley in April 2021.
ANAMAR generated a SWPPP for Crowley that follows current (2015) guidance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a Multi-sector General Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity. The updated SWPPP produced by ANAMAR included all pertinent information on stormwater pollution prevention, and a list of physical locations and coordinates for the 36 stormwater drains and 18 outfalls at the two facilities within the Talleyrand Terminal. The stormwater drains and outfalls were mapped by ANAMAR and their locations shown on a detailed map. A summary of previous sampling and analysis efforts at the Talleyrand Terminal was also provided.
ANAMAR also generated a Hazardous Waste Contingency Plan and a Closure Plan for the two Talleyrand Terminal facilities. These two plans included maps of hazardous waste staging areas, a container storage yard, and areas that previously held hazardous waste containers. These plans underwent informal review by a representative of Florida DEP’s Northeast District Compliance Assurance Program prior to finalization.